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File management tools

File management software, also known as a file manager, is a type of application that provides a user interface for organizing, accessing, and manipulating files on a computer's file system. It allows users to perform tasks such as creating, deleting, copying, moving, and renaming files and folders.

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DeskMate

DOS19843.3/5
Deskmate is a software suite developed by Tandy Corporation that provided a graphical user interface (GUI) and a set of applications for personal computers. It was often bundled with Tandy's TRS-80 and Tandy 1000 series of computers in the late 1980s and early 1990s.Deskmate included various applications such as a word processor, spreadsheet, calen...
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DOS Navigator v 1.5

DOS1991freeware4.1/5
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Doszip Commander

DOS2007freeware3.9/5
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FreeDOS Shell

DOS2002freeware3.5/5
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Norton Commander 1.0

DOS19863.7/5 Peter Norton Computing
Norton Commander was a file manager and editor application released by Peter Norton Computing for DOS. Norton Commander used a text-based user interface with side-by-side panels and featured copy, delete, editing and preview any kind of file easily: it was an improvement over the command-line only MS-DOS interface. Norton Commander 1.0 was fir...
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Norton Commander 5.5

DOS19984.2/5 Peter Norton Computing
Norton Commander was one of the most popular file manager applications ever released for MS DOS. Its clever side-by-side windows interface and the ease of use allowed DOS users to copy, delete, move and preview any kind of file without the hassle of typing every command by hand. Norton Commander was first released in 1986, but the latest and final ...
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Norton Utilities 8

DOS19944/5 Peter Norton Computing
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